Italian Serie A

Milan stayed unbeaten after a close call. – The Italian Serie A after Round 11

 

 

ITALIAN SERIE A

AC Milan stayed unbeaten but had their lead cut to 3 points.
The top 6 teams are still as they are at the start of the round. – With the exception of AC Milan, all the teams in the top 6 were winners in this round.

Lazio dropped a position down after defeat at home to Hellas Verona.


Crotone stuck at the bottom despite getting the opening win of the season.

 

 

 

Sassuolo 1-0 Benevento
Goal Scorers – Sassuolo – Domenico Berardi 7′

Crotone 4-1 Spezia
Goal Scorers – Crotone – Junio Messias 7′ 90+7′ Arkadiusz Reca 49′ Eduardo 56′
Goal Scorers – Spezia – Diego Farias 18′

Torino 2-3 Udinese
Goal Scorers – Torino – Andrea Belotti 66′ Federico Bonazzoli 67′
Goal Scorers – Udienese – Ignacio Pussetto 24′ Rodrigo De Paul 54′ Ilija Nestorovski 69′

Lazio 1-2 Hellas Verona
Goal Scorers – Lazio – Felipe Caicedo 56′
Goal Scorers – Hellas Verona – Manuel Lazzari 45′(og) Adrien Tameze 67′

Cagliari 1-3 Inter Milan
Goal Scorers – Cagliari – Riccardo Sottil 42′
Goal Scorers – Inter Milan – Danilo D’Ambrosio 84′

Atalanta 3-0 Fiorentina
Goal Scorers – Atalanta – Robin Gonsens 44′ Ruslan Malinovsky 55′ Rafael Toloi 63′

Bologna 1-5 Roma
Goal Scorers – Bologna – Bryan Cristante 24′
Goal Scorers – Roma – Andrea Poli 5′(og) Edin Dzeko 10′ Lorenzo Pelegrini 15′ Jordan Veretout 25′ Henrikh Mkhitaryan 44′

Napoli 2-1 Sampdoria
Goal Scorers – Napoli – Hirving Lozano 53′ Andrea Petagna 68′
Goal Scorers – Sampdoria – Jakub Jankto 20′

Genoa 1-3 Juventus
Goal Scorers – Genoa – Stefano Sturaro 61′
Goal Scorers – Juventus – Paulo Dybala 57′ Cristiano Ronaldo 78′(pen) 89′(pen)

AC Milan 2-2 Parma
Goal Scorers – AC Milan – Theo Hernandez 58′ 90+1′

 

 

 

 

Early goal from an awarded penalty got Sassuolo a narrow 1-0 win at home against Benevento. A 10-man Sassuolo team had to hold on for a good portion of the second-half after Lukas Haraslin was sent off on a red after a careless tackle.


Took eleven rounds for Crotone to pick up their first win of the season; and they did it in style with a 4-1 win at home against Spezia.

Torino couldn’t get the results from their match with Udinese to make up for the defeat in the Turin derby. Torino canceled out a two goal deficit with goals in quick successions, just to go back a goal behind just as quickly. It was three wins in a row in the league for Udinese after a 3-2 win in Turin.

Hellas Verona gained 2 points in the league on Lazio after handing them a 2-1 defeat in Rome.

 

4 wins on the bounce in the league for Inter Milan since their draw with Atalanta.
Three goals in the final 20 minutes saw Inter Milan come from a goal down in the opening half to win away against Cagliari.
Danilo D’Ambrosio entered the game in the 83rd minutes and scored the winning goal a minute later from an assist from Nicolo Barella, who got Inter on level terms with his goal just 5 minutes prior. Romelu Lukaku put the nail in the coffin when he netted the final goal of the game to give Inter Milan a 3-1 win at Cagliari.

Atalanta returned to league football with 3 points from 3 goals against Fiorentina.

The first half between Bologna and Roma gave an impression of a double digit score line. In the end, the 6 goals scored in the opening half was all the goals scored in the game. Roma got 5 of those goals to win 5-1 away at Bologna. It was the ideal result to end two league games without a win.

Napoli came from a goal down with two in the second-half to avoid defeat at home against Sampdoria. 6 league games without win for Sampdoria (3L 3D).

Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals from the penalty spot to help Juvenuts win at Genoa.

AC Milan stayed unbeaten in the league after coming from two goals down to avoid a defeat at home against Parma. Theo Hernandez’s brace delivered AC Milan from what would have been their first defeat of the season. A deserved point to Milan.

 

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